Painted Rock Art (A Quadrille)

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The bird alighted

from the brush of a five year old-

it had wings of red heart-

its turquoise plumage glowed

against the ashen sky,

an umbrella sun-

it began to saunter

thinking about the creator

closing its eyes-

amidst blooms of hearts, stars…..

 

Posted for Micropoetry Month: Nov 2017 #25 hosted by Thotpurge

8 thoughts on “Painted Rock Art (A Quadrille)

  1. Big smiles.

    I love kids art. It is so pure. untouched by our need to outdo each other. And what imaginations they have, so vibrant and uncluttered.

    My favorite part is that you make the art think of its creator. I mean we struggle with that with our own creators, but this feels more playful to me. That the art itself even cares back for the little hands that created it.

  2. kaykuala

    thinking about the creator
    closing its eyes-
    amidst blooms of hearts, stars…..

    Providence will invariably be generous in extending some goodness and colors to accompany the night!

    Hank

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